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Window blinds combined with trending technology offers innovative features, from alternative wood blinds with realistic grain patterns to automated frameworks and mechanised alternatives that allow you to program all your home’s window blinds. Blinds help you control natural light in efficient ways.
Window blinds is the best option to go for when you have set up your heart on sliding windows but are running tight on budget. Wood blinds are made of real wood and comes in attractive colours. For custom blinds, you can stain the wood blinds to match your expectations. They’re made to not only fit your style, but the size and shape of your windows. From arches to unusual angles, we can customize it to fit.
For bathroom or kitchen faux wood blinds are the best alternatives. They’re less expensive than real wood, moisture resistant and are easy to clean. Whether you choose wood or faux wood blinds, both feature tight closures, shiftless slats and durability options.
Vertical blinds are a great choice for wider openings, like sliding glass doors or hard-to-cover windows. They are easy to clean, and go well with drapes. Vertical blinds is where some really cool features kick in. When most people think of vertical blinds, they think cheap, yellow, cracked vinyl. A lot has changed in the past few years, and the types of colours, materials and textures offered in this type of blind has come right along side. Even sizes have changed, giving a choice of wider slats, instead of the standard 3-4 inch sizes.
Vertical blinds and horizontal blinds go very well together in one room. The unique blend of textures and combination of vertical and horizontal lines adds a unique visual dynamic to a room’s ambiance.
Difference between blinds and shades :
Features of Window Blinds
Features of Window Shades
Blinds have harder materials and are frequently made of wood or even faux wood. They’re designed with slats / vanes that make up the body of the blind while pulling a lever to cover your window. While you may think this limits you to using vertical blinds, they also come in horizontal form to fit windows of all sizes.
The physical design of slats is one of the preferences many people prefer with blinds. One reason is you can turn the slats at different angles to let in as much light as you need. You can create numerous natural lighting effects this way thanks to the variety of slat angles.
You may want to choose blinds for another good reason: They’re traditional and can match nearly any type of interior decor. Using options like wood, faux wood or even woven types of wood, you have a real sense of quality and durability in every blind. They won’t deteriorate from exposure to condensation, especially when from a quality manufacturer.
Vertical blinds can also help you when you want to cover larger window expanses like French doors. Many find this necessary when needing to control the sunlight during sunsets.
Shades have a soft fabric, that completely covers your windows with no slats involved. Shades can still roll up the same way blinds do with a cord, yet have a variety of styles that still bring light control to any room. While shades can’t give you light filtering as you get with blind slats, some shade options help determine how much light you want coming in.
One of the most popular shade options is cellular shades (also known as honeycomb shades) that do double duty controlling light opacity and helping in energy efficiency. These shades have a beehive appearance, that allow a little light to come in without being intense. The cellular material manages both hot and cold air so your heating or cooling bill becomes more manageable.
Even if cellular shades are popular, standard shades, are economical and still provide stylistic touches with different fabric designs. They’re always excellent for bedrooms when you just want as much privacy as possible.
The same goes for Roman shades that are equally popular and designed with folds as you lower the shade down. Many people find Roman shades a more affordable option over using window drapery.
Lastly, shades can be motorized and automated, whereas blinds cannot. If you’re super busy or travel a lot, or just like techie stuff, then you’d probably want to consider shades.
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